Guest Blog: Private Collections, Art to Inspire the Soul

Please enjoy this guest post from Coupar Communications about our April 4, 2018 Private Collections event. ? Private Collections is a special one-night event offering an exclusive look at the art-filled homes of some of San Francisco?s most respected art collectors?

#YouthSpotlight: Carter H

Name: Carter H Current Job: Intern with Enterprise for Youth Favorite snack: Cheese. Especially gouda. Favorite school subject or career interest? Theater and acting have been passions of mine since 5th grade. That?s what I really want to get?

Thank you for attending our 2018 Private Collections fundraiser

What an incredible evening! This special one-night event raised over $60,000 to support the important work of Enterprise for Youth! Your generosity will help provide life-changing internships for San Francisco?s most disenfranchised youth and pave the way?

#WhyIVolunteer with Kristine Santaniello

Name: Kristine Santaniello Hometown: Concord, CA Your first job: Old Navy, retail associate Your current job: Accounting Lecturer, San Jose State University What do you love about your career? I love being able to help students and?

Welcome to our new board members!

Enterprise for Youth is thrilled to be growing our Board of Directors with more inspiring talent. Please join me in welcoming Terrance Bei, Jay Jacobs, and Sean Skyllingstad to our family…

CEO Ninive Calegari on the transformative power of a job

San Francisco is host to the country’s most cutting-edge institutions – but you have to know how to open their doors. At Enterprise for Youth, we help local students get inside. And we don’t stop there – we also provide our youth with the training necessary…

Welcome to our new board members

I am thrilled to share Enterprise’s latest and greatest news. Stephanie Breitbard and Shahid Hussain?have been unanimously invited to join the Board of Directors. We are absolutely delighted that they are joining us…

A note from the Enterprise CEO – Ninive Calegari

Last week I went to City College’s Mission District campus: outside was a huge line of adults – lovely, professional, healthy adults – waiting to get into a job fair, hopeful for a brighter future. It was hard to see so many people so vulnerable…